Bernie Sanders ended his campaign for president this morning, reports CBS News campaign reporter Cara Korte. “Today, I am announcing the suspension of active campaigning, and congratulate Joe Biden, a very decent man, on his victory,” he said, addressing supporters from his Burlington, Vermont, home via livestream.  Sanders, who early in the primary process was seen as the favorite to win the Democratic nomination, said, “If I believed we had a feasible path to the nomination I would certainly continue the campaign. But it’s not there.” Sanders told supporters the COVID-19 crisis played a large role in his decision to leave the race. “I cannot in good conscience continue to mount a campaign that cannot win and which would interfere with the important work required of all of us in this difficult hour,” he said.Remarkably, Sanders never made a speech like this in 2016. He rode the campaign into the convention, without ever having said the words he did today. But what is similar to 2016 is that Sanders is not yielding all his influence just yet.  “I will stay on the ballot in all remaining states and continue to gather delegates,” he said. “While Vice President Biden will be the


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